Free Expressions News and Events
Write Line is a monthly newsletter from Free Expressions Seminars and Literary Services in Hood River Oregon. Learn news about upcoming Free Expressions events, articles about the craft of writing, and client releases. For more information, visit their website.
The Writers Connection
The Writers Connection assists emerging writers as well as those who've tasted success. Please see our Writer Resources listed below. We also publish a newsletter in which we've interviewed Elizabeth George, Erik Larson, David Guterson, Debbie Macomber, Theo Nestor, Garth Stein, Susan Rich, and more, about their author's journey.
The Writers Connection originally linked writers in Gig Harbor, but we now reach to those beyond our community. We've hosted a community party; a conference; co-hosted Gig Harbor's Open Mic.; sponsored workshops. We offer classes and edit fiction and non-fiction works in Gig Harbor. Check our fun and informative Facebook page, Gig Harbor - Kitsap Writers Connection!
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Chuckanut Writers Fall Classes
Village Books and WCC Community and Continuing Education have created a new writing instruction collaboration called Chuckanut Writers. Writing classes, seminars, and conferences will inspire and encourage writers at all stages of their writing journey. Click here to choose from some amazing Fall writing classes and register online!
333 Calluna Court Bellingham WA, 360-383-3200
Village Books Writing Groups
Village Books hosts many writing groups, Lit Live! Author Events, open book groups and story times in the Writers' Corner on the mezzanine level of the store near the poetry section & Book Fare Cafe. Come meet other writers who can help you get organized, give feedback, and help you with your writing goals. These groups are free and open to newcomers and drop-ins. Feel free to just show up!
1200 11th St, Bellingham, WA. For more information about Village Books, visit their website.
The Work Habits and Daily Routines of Famous WritersRecently published from Antioch University, a short essay on work habits of famous creative people.
Beyond the Margins
A blog, a sounding board, a daily dose of insight. This resource offers essays on the craft of writing and the business of publishing. You’ll find interviews with authors, editors, and agents, as well as humorous pokes at the craft, the industry, and at ourselves. Think literary magazine run amok. beyondthemargins.com
Blood at the Source: Research Tips for Mystery Writers